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The New Mixed-Reality Solution for Construction Layout

Stockhouse Editorial
2 Comments| January 31, 2022

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(Image via Trimble Construction.)

Industrial technology company Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB, Forum) announced on Monday that it will deploy its mixed-reality solution for construction layout with its FieldLink MR app.

Built upon the Trimble Connect collaboration platform, Trimble FieldLink MR offers a completely new way to perform construction layout, enabling professionals to quickly navigate to tasks on the jobsite—getting more done in less time. The app runs on the Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2, a hardhat-integrated mixed-reality device.

Crews can visualize construction data without relying on a handheld controller for step-by-step navigation to locate each point. Visual cues presented through the mixed-reality hardhat naturally lead workers directly to each point for them to physically lay out pertinent information on the construction site.

General manager for Trimble's Building Construction Field Solutions Division, Martin Holmgren explained in a news release that Trimble's FieldLink solution enables users to precisely position digital construction information in the physical world.

“FieldLink MR is an extension of this application, which seamlessly integrates cutting edge mixed-reality technology to help construction professionals be more effective on site. This integration offers more efficient and intuitive workflows by making the layout process more natural and contextual”

Trimble will demonstrate the app at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigerating Expo 2022 in Las Vegas this week.


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